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cavuto. epa head lisa jackson announced she is leaving. house republicans saying that jackson used an alias to use a slew of e-mails about epa business, they are wondering why that was necessary, they want answers, but first a member of the group who sued the administration to release the documents, myron gel is joining me now, we did contact the epa for a statement today, it did not provide one, myron, how did you find out, what led you don't this path to where there were aliases in a cloak and dagger about the way they used other outside e-mail addresses? >> tom, it was due to the persist stance of my colleague at cei, chris horner, with a series of freom of information requests, and a lawsuit. discovered that lisa jackson was concealing the public's business under an e-mail account in her name for that account was richard windsor. no freedom of information act request had until we discovered that account, had they ever searched her private e-mail accounts that she was using for public business. essentially he is was evading federal law -- she was evading federal law by concealin
in the administration of the andrew jackson. first key helped taney become the u.s. attorney general and then the secretary of the treasury and then in 1836, the chief justice of the supreme court. roger tawney went on to right the dred scott digs in the 1857 which effectively legalized slavery and hastened the coming of the civil war. to key and tawnye were inseparable and influential and important in a way totally forgotten. in washington there is key bridge which crosses the potomac river, right by where it is a park that where key used to live, his house. in the park there is lots of exhibts devoted to him. and there is one that says key was active in anti-slavery causes. and this is flat wrong. it is completely wrong. it would be much more accurate to say key was active in suppressing anti-slavery causes. part of the point of this book to remind people of all the things we really don't want to remember about our own history. so this is a book, also a book about the real francis scott key. but i don't want to give the wrong impression. this book is not a polemical book. it is not
:00. that will be ten days -- a ten- day limit that federal judge jackson gave last week. he ordered that justin wolfe be released because the commonwealth did not -- the commonwealth did not retry him soon enough, within a 120-day -- 120 days of when they were supposed to retry him. justin wolfe was convicted back in 2001 on murder for hire of the killing of danny petroli. he has spent the last 11 years on death row. then last year, that conviction and death sentence were thrown out. judge jackson found prosecutorial error. he said that the prosecution in the case had withheld very important evidence that would have helped justin wolfe and said that the man needed to be retried. that did not happen within the time frame and last week he ordered his release and today the judge agreed to release him. so that ten days is up tomorrow and he may be released tomorrow at 5:00. if a stay is not granted. that stay is requested right now by the attorney general ken cuccinelli in the fourth circuit court of appeals. we'll find out tomorrow. we'll stay on this case and we'll have more for you this evening. back
to the hotop ofe hour. lisa jackson resigned but now we know her leaving has a lot less to do with family time than the keystone pipeline. >> oo graduation ceremony all of the way to the supreme court. we will tell you why. but first on this day in history back in 194 one that song the ander sisters. they recorded boogie-woogie bugle boy for the movie. you know how painful heartburn can be. for fast, long lasting relief, use doctor recommended gaviscon®. only gaviscon® forms a protective barrier that helps block stomach acid from splashing up- relieving the pain quickly. try fast, long lasting gaviscon®. >> welcome back to fox and friends first. i am patti ann browne. >> i am heather cheryleds. thanks for joining us. it is half past the top of the hour. we start with this a fox news alert congress pulling the country back after it went over the fiscal cliff. late last night the house approved a senate fiscal cliff bill being signed into law. many republicans are giving the deal a thumbs down. it does little to address the nation's soaring debt or automatic spending cuts set to go into effec
the keystone oil pipeline, and new revelations of a coal-fired plant. jackson is expected to step down as president obama has a state of the union address. >> the president of the nra is weighing in on david gregory and his decision to put a high capacity ammunition clip on meet the press, which also caught the attention of d.c. police. >> there are two lessons don't ask the government what is legal and what is not legal because half the people don't know, and second that is a silly felony. >> it is illegal to have the high ammunition high capacity ammunition clip in the district. they say the incident demonstrates how outdated some gun laws are. a local man who has spent years on death row could soon be out of prison. >> the case has been ongoing for years, and now his mother says finally her son could soon be free. our northern virginia bureau chief has more on the newfound hope for the family. >> he has missed the last putt 12 christmases. >> this time, terry steinberg hopes that her son, who has sat in solitary confinement on death row 11 years will be free. she was shot after she
going up in the second. but to get the two early picks and rob jackson late, how good has has let been with smoke and mirrors? >> he's got more aggressive. they are scheming around the flaws. with suspensions and injuries it clearly has been. but since this buy week, since they've gone on this stretch, they've pressured the quarterback more. they are bringing corner blitzes and bringing guys up the middle and going for it. >> the other thing is guys have settled in. when they had these injuries guys like rob jackson, they hadn't seen the field. they settled in and figured things out. they are not world beaters. tony romo made a mistake last night but part because they were appreciating more. >> rob jackson and linebacker been a game changer. and des bryant is one of the freakish wide receiver athletes held to 71 yards. that's a win for the redskins. >>> they are a touchdown better. given up 27 points a game through the first 10 weeks only giving up 20 during the 7 game winning streak. >> i've been talking about it on twitter today. did alfred morris make a real case for rookie of the y
of jackson a difficult one to say the least. it added up to a chaotic christmas day for a good chunk of the country. >> oh my god look, that's a tornado. oh, wow. >> reporter: skies over mobile, alabama, turned ominous as the storms approached. residents ran for cover as it touched down. >> we stepped out and you could see it doing its thing and then it came behind the church. >> i prayed to god as loud as i cou could, i was praying for my safety and i knew the truck was shaking. i prayed that the truck stayed put and god would protect me and the ones in walgreens. >> reporter: tornado sirens blaired. >> it's right there. >> reporter: many grabbed cameras to catch what appeared to be a funnel cloud forming. >> we have to hurry and get past this. >> reporter: the winds knocked out electricity to more than 20,000 people across the state, damage was widespread, more than 30 reports of tornadoes from texas to alabama. the day got off to a rough start in oklahoma, more than 20 weeks were involved in an early morning accident that shut down interstate 40 joust outside oklahoma city. texas
. >> host: professor john jackson, jr. "racial paranoia" the unintended consequences of political correctness." this is a booktv on c-span2. >> host: booktv on c-span2 is on vacation the university of pennsylvania at philadelphia. at the school of communication and joining us is the dean michael x. delli carpini. dean, what is the school of communication? >> a freestanding school that does research for the public consumption and a scholarly work and a ph.d. training and undergraduate training the way media communications influence social, political, a health and cultural practices. >> host: we're here specifically to talk about your book "after broadcast news" if media regimes, democracy, and the new information environment." but it seems for the last 20 or 30 years we have been debating "after broadcast news" scenario. how do you assess it? >> guest: we try to put it into historical context. the basic argument is over the last 20 years some changes have been slow or quick that are changing the way in where we get public affairs information. the three big changes are the bullring
a teenager. a 16-year-old tarsha jackson was crossing the garrett avenue at first street nw when she was hit by a car friday night. was she was lying on the road, she was hit by a second vehicle. the driver of the car remained, but the suv driver kept going. she was rushed to the hospital but died of injuries over the weekend. investigators are speaking out about a bus crash in oregon that left nine tourists dead. this happened yesterday at a dangerous mountain pass on an already icy interstate. the driver of the bus lost control, skidded into a guardrail, and then plummeted down 100 foot embankment. the steep, with terrain made it very difficult to reach the survivors. >> there was so much snow on the ground that it made its treacherous. so we used a haul system to get the patients from the car site back up to the highway. >> there were returning to vancouver after a tour. the owner of the bus company has not commented yet. police in montgomery county have canceled their silver alert this known. they had been looking for 77- year-old mrs. tyler after she was last seen yesterday morning in g
than rob jackson in the final minutes of the fourth quarter. they held the cowboys to 18 points, and a nice feather inic the cap for the "d" to end thet regular season. >> to we definitely executed the game plan, and pulled it out.ut >> we went out there, we haveth been playing like this the last 7 weeks, we knew we had to win 11 in a row to accomplish theac goal, and we are dock it, man -- doing it, man. it's a great feeling. we have to keep it going. >> this is what's coming up onon sunday at 3:30, a pregame show, followed by the fox networknet show, then the game.he they're calling it black monday, many losing their job around the nfl for unmet expectations after 14 years tain philly, andy reids out, disappointing 4 listen 12 season. 7 head coach, five gms, lovielo smith from the bears, browns pat chromier, norv turner and romeo crennel.nel. we'll send it back to you. >> thank you shot, and thank yoh for joining us. the news is always on on myfoxdc.com. sfx- "sounds of african drum and flute" look who's back. again? it's embarrassing it's embarrassing! we can see you carl. we
. and it was 12:15 eastern, writing a major setback in fiscal cliff talks. you may have heard sheila jackson lee question this. that negotiations between harry reid and mitch mcconnell suffered a major setback after republicans demanded the inclusion of a new method for calculating benefits for the package. change came from progressives to result in lower payments. part of the current negotiations on the scale down deal, they say that they gave ground on other issues, including raising the tax threshold, as well as -- that was from two hours ago. sheila jackson mentioned the change that she objects to, she and other outside democrats and house progressives in particular. don is on the democrat's line. go ahead with your comments. caller: i am an old disabled veteran. i love this country so much. i cannot understand for the life of me what our government is trying to do with the bickering and tearing each other down, tearing the country down. why in the world can these supposedly intelligent groups of men and women not get together to work out for the best interest of all concerned, all 330 billi
jackson, nicki minaj. two will be attending the premier on january 9th at the amc hoffman theater centers in alexandria, virginia. you must be 18 to enter and you can see all the rules on our website, myfoxdc.com. >> will we see any fights this year like between nikki and mariah. >> i think they've already had a couple. >> it's another season, it's another opportunity. >> yes. definitely. >>> what's going on? >> what season is it now? >> 12. >> there's been 12 seasons of that? >> i can't -- huh-uh. >> wow! >>> your weather forecast heading back to school, heading back to work this morning, we're looking fine. it is cold out if you're walking to school, that kind of thing, you should be ready for a winter day. it should be nice and dry out there, even if you're waking up with a little cloud cover. don't despair. we have more sunshine in the forecast. it'll actually be a really nice day today. 37 in washington currently, 36 in annapolis, so you can see temperatures are on the cool side and we hit the freezing mark here north and west in many communities here. fredrick 32. good morning hage
artists that would include eddie murphy, michael jackson, and even michael jordan. and that they had been president amount of access to the american mainstream. we've never seen that level o before. in terms of the kind of access of a woman like whitney houston had to the american mainstream, her success was really unprecedented. you go back and look at her lineage. included in her family is the great aretha franklin who redefined so music. also, dionne warwick, who had a crossover pop style. what use in the 1980's is the coming together of different streams of black pop music from the 1960's. she perfected it. she found the perfect pitch for what was really pop music. i think in some ways, we do and in justice to whitney houston to even think of her as an r&b singer. she transcended it even in the 1980's. she was america's pop princess, and definitely black america's pop princess. we see the success of what she did -- of course there was a price she paid for this level of celebrity. we see it also with the late michael jackson. ll coolj, coming out of rap, someone would be hosting the gr
in the world. >> the jacksons, the family drama turning into one big reality show. >> more turmoil for the jackson family last summer as michael jackson's teenage daughter paris announced on twitter that her grandmother an guardian, katherine jackson, was missing. forcing a judge to suspend her guardianship of michael's three kids. >> katherine jackson is back home. she says she wasn't kidnapped. >> michael's siblings disputed the claim saying their mother was in arizona under doctor's orders. a judge restored katherine as permanent guardian of michael's children. whether it was a pleasure or guilty pleasure, audiences couldn't turn away from tlc's hit reality show "here comes honey boo boo" about a child beauty pageant contestant and her family. ♪ rapper psy went from a relatively unknown performer to a worldwide phenomenon after his catchy dance tune "gangnam style" hit the web. ♪ the music video featuring the south korean star's song and trademark dance shattered records online, becoming the number one watched video on youtube, with more than 970 million views. but psy's new
who will replace lisa jackson as the head of the environmental protection agency. jackson announced yesterday she's stepping down in january after the president's state of the union address. the epa created new standards for air pollution from coal power plants on her watch. >>> massachusetts congressman ed ma markey throwing his hat into the ring for kerry's senate seat. a special election would be held early this summer. markey a 66-year-old democrat is the first prominent candidate to declare for the race. >>> mom and pop shops across the country bracing for a labor fight that could cripple businesses. more on the key workers that could walk off the job coming up. consider this: when the unexpected happens, there's one brand of battery more emergency workers trust in their maglites: duracell. one reason: duralock power preserve. it locks in power for up to 10 years in storage. guaranteed. so, whether it's 10 years' of life's sunny days... or... the occasional stormy one... trust goes a long way. duracell with duralock. trusted everywhere. your doctor will say get smart about your
for millions of americans. holly is at the world's busiest airport, hartsfield jackson in atlanta. what are you seeing there? >> reporter: well, joe, it's pretty steady here. it's getting a little bit more crowded as the evening goes on. but i can tell you that some people are heading home after christmas and finding it tough to travel today because of that massive storm barreling through the country. it's wreaking havoc on the roads and in the air. snow, ice and high winds. >> we want to get out. >> it's always scary when you're flying that you'll be stuck in the airport. >> reporter: as massive storm it that left many in the midwest and parts of the south with a white christmas is pounding the northeast with briz ard-like conditions forcing hundreds of flights to be delayed or canceled. the highways were not much better as officials warned people to stay off the roads. especially in the midwest where icy conditions made driving treacherous. on christmas day as many as 30 tornadoes bounced across texas, louisiana, mississippi, and alabama. the hardest hit, mobile, where a twister ripped throug
to stay open past midnight for couples that got their marriage licenses last month. natasha jackson exchanged vows the minute same-sex marriage became legal at midnight. >> been a long road to get here. and i do appreciate everyone that put the milestones in there for to us get to where we're at now. >> maryland voters approved same-sex marriage back in november. gay couples can marry in nine states plus d.c. also happening today, it now costs more to use the dulles toll road. it now costs 50 cents more in fact. increasing to $2.75 each way. that adds up to an additional $260 a year if you take the toll road to work every day. the rate hike will help pay for construction of metro's new silver line and next year the rates go up again. they'll jump another 75 cents to $3.50. >>> this morning, police in prince william county are mourning the loss of one of their own killed in the line of duty. 35-year-old officer chris young was responding to an accident yesterday when he slammed his motorcycle into a minivan on a noakesville road in bristow. when the vehicles collided, they burst into
. then wits a winning situation. i could get the sense that i made an accomplishment. >> jackson says she feels much healthier now but she says this year she wants to tone and strengthen her body. >> good for you. "good morning america" anchor robin roberts passed a milestone today. she is celebrating her 100 day after her transplant. robin celebrated the mile stole by reuniting with her dog while preparing for he transplant in august she sent her dog to be off with a friend. she is expected to return to g.m.a. soon. >> will the house go along with the senate bill to avoid the fiscal cliff. we'll have the latest on the fiscal cliff and what was the top stories of 2012. we'll reveal the top five stories coming up. >> we're going to reveal what the weather is going to be like tomorrow and monday and tuesday. >> and beyond. we're looking at a quiet weather pattern setting up across the mid-atlantic. if those of you who love the snow it is not in the forecast. temperatures are falling. reagan national is coming in at the mid 40's. all the moisture to the sou
into a national. >> and rodney got to meet jackson and gonzalez this year, but he has a bigger goal of meeting a family and -- >> they will think about adopting me. >> that's what all of our wednesday's children are hoping for, and they take those hopes now into a new year. >> everything will be in peace, and we're not going to be at war and i will have a family in a house. >> i will have something that i always wanted, and a family gives you that, and i can come home, and i go off to college or work and then want to come back for a family dinner, it's something, i belong to them, they can't disown me. >> if you have room in your heart and home for these kids or another child waiting please call our special line, 1-882-adopt me. >> knockout kids. they are wonderful. wonderful. can you only hope. >> it's always hard for us to follow-up on the segments because they are so heart wrenching. so everybody, you have to dress really warmly. you saw what happens outside. it's cold and it's windy, and the new year is looking kind of cold, too. i have all the details coming [ whistling ] come on, kid. i'
something like $.5 billion at the box office. ann curry takes us to new zealand to show us how peter jackson and his team brought the middle earth to life. >>> and we're going to get you ready for your new year's eve bash. we have some delicious cocktails that will really impress your guests. >> natalie was just saying how much she was looking forward to the cocktail segment. before that, we're going to get another check of the weather. we turn to maria larosa in for al this morning. >> we're tracking another system that's going to bringystem that's going to be bring stormy weather, snowy weather across much of the country once again and as we get to tomorrow, the snow will be in through the ohio valley into the northeast and generally, one to three and there will be some spots with more. showers from the southeast to the mid-atlantic. mid section is quiet but cold. we'll see temperatures well below average once again. arctic air through the northern tier. our west, pushing snow into parts of the colorado rockies and you see the showers developing across texas by sunday. and sunshine returns
by rob jackson. redskins into the playoffs. rg3. maybe he can solve the fiscal cliff. >>> and all that matters. >> fireworks lit up sydney harbor, beautiful, as people mark the start of 2013. happy new year. >> on "cbs this morning." >>> chuck pagano back on the colts sideline yesterday cancer free as the colts won 28-16. >> i feel so blessed to be back with you guys in the battle. thank you. thank you so much. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." i'm norah o'donnell with anthony mason. as we wake up the deadline to the fiscal cliff is just 14 hours ai wa. there's no deal yet, but members of congress are heading back to capitol hill. first, breaking news on the condition of secretary of state hillary clinton. >> she's in a new york city hospital this morning being treated for a blood clot. doctors say it's related to a concussion that's kept her out of the office for the past three weeks. margaret brennan is in washington with the latest. margaret good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. secretary clinton is taking anti-coagulant to
center. jackson brings his show's music of the madmen era to help kick off the new year and he's live in studio now, welcome. >> thank you. >> you're about to help us toast what should be a great year, 2013? >> yeah. this is my first time at the kennedy center. i'm excited. it's been a dream come true to go and play the kennedy center and the first time i'm going to be there i'm going to be on the stage. >> and you're with award-winning actress nina arianda? >> yes. >> does the show have a broadway feel? i know you sold out at carnegie hall last year. >> this is the same show i did at carnegie hall but i mixed it up a little bit. there's some broadway aspect because i'm a broadway baby at heart. but it's definitely '50s and '60s. we do dean martin, frank sinatra, boss onova. joany mitchell. >> we're all excited. but you know what we're not excited about? "30 rock" coming to an end. >> i know, dude. >> final episode coming up in about a month. >> right. >> are you sad the show is ending if. >> yes. but what a blessing to be on, i think it's the holy grail of come by, i've learned so mu
moviegoers flock to denzel's movies more than anyone else's and hathaway and hugh jackson round out the top three. that's business. i'm eric bolling.   >> this fox 5 stock market report is brought to you by your lexus dealer. live life heroically. hey, look! a shooting star! make a wish! i wish we could lie here forever. i wish this test drive was over, so we could head back to the dealership. [ male announcer ] it's practically yours. test drive! but we still need your signature. volkswagen sign then drive is back. and it's never been easier to get a jetta. that's the power of german engineering. get $0 down, $0 due at signing, $0 deposit, and $0 first month's payment on any new volkswagen. visit vwdealer.com today. [ male announcer ] how could a luminous protein in jellyfish, impact life expectancy in the u.s., real estate in hong kong, and the optics industry in germany? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with c
in the next two days. >>> a state lawmaker is pulls out of the race with jesse jackson jr. 's empty congressional street. he was arrested december 5th because airport security screeners at chicago o'hare found an unloaded baretta handgun in his bag. he doesn't want the charges he faces to detract from the campaign. trotter told the officers at the airport he works a security job and that the gun is for that and that he forgot it in the bag. >>> a russian plane crashed killing four people. it went down and came a part and caught fire. officials say there were eight people on board the red wings plane on the way from the czech republic. the eight people on board were all crew members. the cause is not clear but for now, investigators believe it was pilot error. >>> and to india now. politicians are expressing their condolences to the family of an indian woman who died from injuries sustained during a gang rape. it's causing major protest across the country. indians are demanding greater protection for women sexually assaulted. six people were arrested in connection with the attack and
screening. it will be followed by a live interactive q and a session with keith urban, randy jackson, nikki and mariah carey. happens on wednesday january 9th at the amc in alexandria, virginia. you must be 18 or older to enter. and you can see the complete rules on our web site myfoxdc.com. >>> you know the saying good fences make good neighbors but would living next to a celebrity be an even better neighbor? >> most people would not want to live next to a celebrity but there are few celebrities people wouldn't mind living next to if they had to including country music couple blake shelton. reese witherspoon. beyonce and jay z. the celebrities people would not want to live next to include honey boo boo, kim kardashian and kanye west and donald trump. i would agree with those.. >> i wouldn't mind living next to honey boo boo. >> we asked our facebook friends which they would like to live next to. we received rgiiis and president obama. >> once again, kim and kanye. are they sick of them? >> too much going on. >> all right. new research suggest women out live -- suggest that women out live m
and that was the motive for murder, but this past july, raymond jackson threw out wolfe's conviction saying barber lied and prosecutors used tainted testimony and knew it. last month, the judge ordered wolfe released in ten days. the prosecutor filed new charges, but today the judge in manassas said wolfe cannot be tried against for any crime in connection with the death of daniel petroli jr. here tess justice center, wolfe remains in custody tonight, but if the judge signs his order of release, he could walk out of here tomorrow evening a free man for the first time in almost a dozen years. >> to see the smiles on his face, he knows this is a huge victory, and it's a great win. so as terry said, we're hopeful he'll be home tomorrow. >>> right now investigators are looking for the cause of a deadly fire in anne arundel county. a disabled man was killed this morning. the heat from the flames set off boxes of ammunition sending bullets flying around the area. neighbors and firefighters tried but could not rescue the victim. >>> house speaker john boehner is promising a vote on a bill that would provide r
jackson who plays the sort of house slave to the leo dicaprio's plantation owner. it's riveting. as he says, the writing is absolutely amazing. lots of blood. typical tarantino. ts is a genius film. i give it 3 1/2 stars. >> i gave it 4. this is one of my favorites of the year. >> we both loved that one. >> thanks a lot. don't go away. lowell will be back with >> welcome back. we are getting the weekend off early with kevin copper. you are doing a rack of lamb. >> staying with your sweetheart for dinner. i don't like to be on the road for new year's, but we have to be because we have a lot of events. rack of lamb is available everywhere. it's so beautiful. this whole rack is about $10. >> that's amazing. >> cut it in half, do a little hor d'oeuvre. >> the lamb chop lollipops come from this. >> right. the recipe is on the website. >> salt and pepper. >> kosher salt, cracked black pepper. we're gonna sear it in the pan. just want to get it brown. still want it to be rare. >> we can give everyone the idea of what to do. >> there's a finished here. what i do, i have some amazing panko brea
this one. you throw it up there for grabs. anybody has a shot to get it. rob jackson with the third pick later in the game which proved to be the dagger. a qbr last night for tony romo, 26.7. that won't get it done. rg iii by comparison, only is00 yard through the air but he rushed for almost 60 in the big touch downwe showed there. it was about alfred morris and that defense. they have done a magnificent job. people were calling for jim has left tt's head early in the season. to get this done somehow on the biggest stage last night, prime time, tip your cap if you're wearing00 today to him and that defense. we'll try to track down lorenzo alexander tomorrow. we'll let the guys sleep in a little bit tonight as they get ready for seattle next week coming in here again. it does feel like prince in 1999. we'll rock some purple. >> all right, dave ross. >> thank you. >>> let's in the forget to give the redskins faithful had some credit. 4,000 fans turned out to watch the redskins beat the dallas cow bows and there are the millions that watched at home and in sports bars as well. audrey barne
picked off by rob jackson.o skins third interception. they win the nfc east title. just to think on november 4, this team was 3-6. now they will host a play offp lagame sunday against seattle.e. >> i'm very proud of this group because there's a lot of people, when they're 3-6, and you findyu some adversity they are notare strong enough mentally to go ou and practice hard, to give themselves a chance to accomplish goals. youco have to have strong character to take criticism ands keep on fighting and not worrywr about what's being said and just focus on your job. j players as well as coaches, soso very proud. >> this is the best feeling i've ever had, i sat in the lockerlo room, at a loss for words, it's that important to us, and we went out and did what we said we would do. we won 7 straight, won the division, and now we're in thete playoff, and now we need to decide how far we want to go. g >> it's the seahawks and redskins sunday, 4:30 on fox 5.o we will have a pre-game show at 3:30.3:30 also, we should mention todayday was black monday as they are calling t 7 nfl head coachesoa
going. tarsha jackson died on saturday, a day after the collision. jackie bensen spoke to her family. >> reporter: beautiful, fun-loving and family oriented. that's show she describes her 16-year-old sister tarsha. >> she was a fun person. she liked running around, smiling, laughing, making jokes. she loved -- she loved all of us. she was a kind person. >> reporter: a student at dunbar high school walked out of her family's northwest d.c. home friday evening. moments later she was struck attempting to cross busy new york avenue at first street. please say a 2003 pontiac bonneville struck tarsha who was in the street by just outside the crosswalk. her distraught family kept vigil at her hospital bedside, but she suck coupled to her injuries less than 24 hours later. her sisters and brokerage go. >> the agotten is made worse by a lack of answers about exactly what happened. >> come forward, whoever knew, who did this to my sister, come forward and tell us. because this is just crazy. >> reporter: her mother is now in the position of having to find strength and unfortunately trying to f
. jackson found herself caught between administration pledges to solve controversial problems and steady resistant from groups that complaint the rules destroy jobs and make it harder for american companies to compete internationally. that is from the ap. steny hoyer will talk about the looming fiscal cliff during a briefing later today. that will be about 2:15 eastern and we'll have that life for you here on c-span. kent conrad is retiring after 26 years in office. he talked about partisanship in the senate and his time working on economic issues including his time on the bowles-simpson commission. this is 30 minutes. >> we're talking in a week full of farewell speeches. what is that like? >> it has been great. i have that going away party the night before. a lot of my colleagues were there. then the farewell speech in which i had a chance to reflect on my service here but also to challenge my colleagues to finish the job on the grand bargain to get our fiscal house in order and i laid out the specifics on what would be a genuine compromise between the two sides. it was satisfying. >> w
responsible for helping them in st. philip's and jackson stop the fleet but neither the parts of the confederate fleets stopped them in that defense sweep they were sunk in by the union navy and moved up past the parts and captured and new orleans. then montgomery moved up with to take command of i think eight upper supposed to defend memphis in the confrontation with the western on june 6, 1862 including some unions that were yclept. they had reinforced and the idea is they would ram the enemy. the union had some of its own in the interesting command with no time to go into that. but the upshot of what happened in manteca memphis june 6, 1862 is seven out of eight of the confederate ships were sunk and were captured in that conflict, too said montgomery as you said in his defense of the mississippi river has two different union fleets. spikelets what this gentleman here. >> my name is mark. i'm a member of the society here. i would like to ask a question about something i've always been curious about. and that's the relationship between the captain and ulysses grant in connec
. >> the search is on for the driver who ran over a 16-year-old girl and then took off. jackson was crossing a busy new york avenue in northwest friday night when she was hit by a car. police say she was in the street but outside the crosswalk. the driver of that car did stop but then a second vehicle, a tan-colored suv with d.c. plates ran over her while she was on the ground and drove off. the girl died the next day. family members want the driver to do the right thing. >> come forward. whoever knows who did this to my little sister, come forward and tell us. it's crazy. i don't believe she's gone. >> if you have any information about the car that left the scene, d.c. police would like to hear from you. >> new this morning, a deadly shooting forced organizers to cancel the midnight fireworks show in sacramento, california. police are looking for the shooter who fired near where crowds were gathering to bring in the new year. two people died and three others injured. the shooting happened last night around 9:30 near the new year's eve celebration. 6:35 is the time. ahead, the $660 million p
, much like on thanksgiving. the final pick came by rob jackson on dallas' second to the last possession of the game. the skins finished the season second in turn jove margin in the nfl. the win over the cow -- turnover margin in the nfl. the win over the cowboys especially sweet for a redskin that used to wear the cowboys helmet. >> i probably want the win more than anybody, man. so it's bittersweet for me. >> we knew we had a lot of talent. we just had to show. it you know what i mean? this is just showing all the stuff we did in the offseason, it talent for nothing and i'm just proud of us. -- it wasn't for nothing and i'm just proud of us. >> let's take a look ahead, sunday redskins, of course, we will have a pregame show starting at 3:30, follow that up at 4:00 by the fox network show, 4:30 kickoff. now the redskins secondary will get aloft from cedric griffin perhaps who is expect -- a lift from cedric griffin who is expected to return after serving a four-game suspension. they call it black monday because a bunch of head coaches got fired today, but that kind of opens the door for
be more scandalous than the world of politics? jesse jackson jr. goes mia for several months, it's later discovered he's receiving treatment for bipolar depression. federal authorities are looking into whether jackson jr. was skimming campaign funds to remodel his house. the congressman later resigned. a beleaguered gsa accused of wasting your tax dollars, this worker raps about how he dreams of being the commissioner and wasting the government's money on cash bonuses to his fellow bureaucrats. >> today's vote may make for good political theater in the minds of some, but it is at base both a crass effort and a grave disservice to the american people. >> and for the first time in history, a sitting attorney general held in contempt by congress after refusing to release more documents into the botched operation fast and furious. the obama administration coming under even more scrutiny over a september 11th terror attack at the u.s. consulate in benghazi that killed a u.s.word and three -- u.s. ambassador and three other americans. u.s. ambassador susan rice first attributed it to a spontan
orleans times-picayune," lisa jackson the head of the epa announced yesterday she will step down after the state of the union. she was the first african-american heading up the epa. she did spend plenty of time sparring with congressional republicans and industry groups over issues like global warming and the keystone palestiipeline. >> i worked with lisa jackson on issues. i think she could have got a lot more done if we didn't have the partisan battle back and forth over what her role was and what the epa was there for and the keystone pipeline as well as what she's trying to do with greenhousing. i think she was very effective and aggressive, and it's going to be a loss to the country. she's a very, very worthy public servant. >> chemical engineer and young. i'm sure she has a bright future. >> no doubt about that. she'll be in the public view for a long time. >> sounds like you know something. tune in tonight to find out. the "wall street journal," apple ceo cook's combination hit 4.2 million and last year it was $367 million. i don't know how he will eat. >> parade features al rok
does the gentlelady from texas seek recognition? ms. jackson lee: to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentlelady from texas is recognized for one minute. ms. jackson lee: i join with my earlier colleague on acknowledging the 150th year of the emancipation proclamation, what a moving moment. last evening at the national archives when i read the words, hence forth these slaves are freed. i rise with a more optimistic view and a view that says that we have the opportunity to do what is right by the american people. but we must also recognize that we have to tell truth. at the end of the clinton administration this nation had $5 trillion in surplus. with wasteful tax cuts and spending by our republican friends, we find ourself in this deficit. i don't know what my decision will be as we move forward on this issue of the fiscal cliff, but i will say this, we will not tolerate the american people being held hostage over the debt ceiling. and these unhelpful cuts that will cut into those who are the most vulnerable. that will not be the pathwa
, her album topped the billboards, and that has not happened since michael jackson's "thriller." >> it's like there's a bunch of trees normal height, and then there's a redwood, and that redwood is adele. >> we know you are wondering what happened to gang upl style. >> yeah, i did. >> it was released too late to make a mark. so maybe for 2013 we can have more of that. >> i have seen that he has been acting a lot. he may be crossing that line. >> it will be interesting who is the one-hit wonder of this year, and make it over to next year. >> and three of the top were all web related or got notoriety or became popular through the web, and sy is the same thing. >>> dress for the 20s today, guys, and i don't see any rain or snow in the 7-day forecast. >>> and that's going to do it for hey, look! a shooting star! make a wish! i wish we could lie here forever. i wish this test drive was over, so we could head back to the dealership. [ male announcer ] it's practically yours. test drive! but we still need your signature. volkswagen sign then drive is back. and it's never been easier to get a
jackson. she's the 18th president of rensular polytech nique institute in troy, new york. this is the oldest institute in the united states and it's my great pleasure to announce her. >> good afternoon. you know there's a significant transformation under way globally in the way we make predictions, make products, make connections and ultimately make progress or not. the transformation i'm speaking of is being driven of course by the extraordinarily rapid expansion and availability of data from multiple sources and ever more powerful analytical and computational capacity that is generating yet new information. let me begin quickly with a vignette that may be a harbinger of things to come. as superstorm sandy, i'm sure you know a lot about it, was beginning to gather steam in the caribbean, five days before it slammed into new jersey and new york, u.s. forecasters were predicting a monster storm but uncertain of its path. by most indications this unusually powerful and complex form would graze the coast but move back out into the north atlantic. however there were steady re
'm pleased to yield one minute to the gentlewoman from texas, ms. jackson lee. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady from texas is recognized for one minute. ms. jackson lee: i add my appreciation to mr. dreier as well and ask the question, why are we here think? know why i'm here. to protect working -- i know why i'm here. to protect working american, the vulnerable and the middle class. at the end of the clinton administration we had $5 trillion in surplus and it went out the window with tax cuts, bush tax cuts, and wars that we could not pay for. so i stand here today to say that working class and the vulnerable have the unemployment insurance and earned income tax and cuts in their taxes that they really need. but we still have work to do. want to make sure that we restore some very serious cuts that impact on the health care of americans and we have work to do on the sequestration and our fight is the same fight with the alcio. we want to make sure that the working americans don't pay for the rich getting richer. we're going to cut against cuts and what we have to do today is to
of united states andrew jackson says the supreme court made a decision now enforce it. and he sends troops not to enforce the decision but to eject the indians were the good on to number oklahoma on the trails and the descendants live there to this day. then go forward to the efforts that were made to desegregate. when holmes was on the court it was a decision pretty clearly they are keeping a black person from the polls, contrary to what the 15th amendment says and he says we can't really strictest on because nobody will do it when we say it. we are not unfamiliar with this kind of problem maybe not as serious, it depends. so what i usually say because i believe it so much, i think a great day in the history of all of the united states in respect to establishing a rule of law was the day when the nine little rock were finally ordered after brown v board said after segregationist contrary to the constitution then you have a case that it arises out of little rock. little rock begins when a judge says we mean that. by the way the first year after brown what happened? the second year nothing.
. democratic congressman jesse jackson junior of illinois was re-elected even though he was absent for months due to mental health issues and underfederal investigation, for misusing congressional resources. weeks after the election, he resigned. during the campaign, allegations surfaced ta pro-life republican congressman scott day jar lay of tennessee had urged his pregnant mistress to get an abortion a decade ago. he denied she was pregnant or had an abortion and he was re-elected by 12 points. number five, libor pants on fire. even if you've never heard of libor, it probably has an impact on your finances the trt rates on mortgages and credits cards are determined in part at the rate banks borrow from each other called libor. in june, barclays paid more than half a million dollars for manipulating the interest rates and investigations are still on going. the sheer scale of it is huge. it made bernie madoff look like a skid row pickpocket. >>> number four, big trouble in communist china. everybody thought one of the most powerful politicians in china party chief boojili was getting rid of c
hartsfield-jackson airport we're noting a number of delays. at least 600 flights are delayed this morning. travelers need to have a lot of patience as though make their way home. gregg: they do indeed. elizabeth, thanks. those tornados she just mentioned only part of what is happening there. major snow in parts of oklahoma where white-knuckled drivers were describing already dangerous conditions on the road from a storm that is not over yet. >> just really bad. i don't advise going south. it was slick. i don't care to go back through it. i seen about, oh, right at a dozen wrecks. one was overturned. they had an ambulance there. several people off in the ditch. >> coming out of the lake in some of the higher elevations there was a lot of ice and snow. it was pretty treacherous for a while. gregg: maria molina is live in the fox extreme weather center. hi, maria. >> hi, gregg. that's right. this storm system is not over yet unfortunately, producing those tornadoes on christmas day. we're looking at more tornado doughs chaos part of the carolines. strong risk by the predict sun center unusua
. scott: such time as she may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman is recognized. ms. jackson lee: first of all, i want to thank mr. gowdy for the attentiveness to this legislation and shepherding it from the senate and accepting the senate amendment. i am on homeland security and i believe that the amendment that has been povided under this legislation originally h.r. 2076 will expand your intent and i believe that you believe it as well. i think it's very important to emphasize that we now have extra investigatory skills and techniques and a collaborative effort between homeland security personnel and those in the department of justice to be utilized by the homeland security secretary and the attorney general. helping to investigate violent acts or shootings that occur in venn injures such as schools, colleges, universities, nonfederal office buildings and other places of public use. this includes mass killings, three or more killings in a single incident. we all recognize the tragedy of newtown but there are tragedies that have faced us over the last couple of years. the pr
. i'm sure you've read justice jackson's book for judicial supremacy. do you think that john roberts is mindful of this place in his three not wanting to be the key factor in destroying the so-called supremacy of the supreme court of the united states? >> you know, i do think the larger point refer to his roberts cares about his legacy in place of the court and american life in government is very important. i am highly confident in the durability of supremacy at this point. look, if this can survive bush v. gore, it can survive anything. talk to write transparently critical decision that damaged the credibility of the court. but they are just as powerful the next day as they were that day and i don't think if roberts had voted with his conservative colleagues in the obamacare case that the corporative suddenly last judicial supremacy. it would apply some this reputation and roberts cares about that. but john marshall decided marbury versus madison. the superiority of a right to declare laws unconstitutional has been unchallenged since that point out think you that decisions can chang
, michael jackson and his dear friend, stevie wonder and entertainment entrepreneur. we remember him for creating the american music awards. and the golden globes, and of course, the new years rockin' eve with ryan seacrest, this year will actually be remembered in a two hour special before the show airs in times square. >> juliet: let's move on now, neil armstrong. >> yeah, neil armstrong, now, yeah, the astronaut. he was fantastic, obviously, he was the first person to walk on the moon. he did one of the most iconic phrases, that's one more step for man, one giant leap for mankind. already, a decorated war hero and apart from that he became an accomplished aviator at nasa. >> clayton: a humble gentleman who didn't want accolades for his work on the moon and number four on the list just lost recently larry hagman of course, the star of "dallas". >> absolutely, another icon, obviously known as jr ewing in the '80s tv show "dallas". in the '80s, 41 million viewers tuned in to see the answer to who shot jr. dallas the second most watched entertainment show of all time and known for his
jackson dealing with food and hunger. i want to ask you as you look through some of these figures what surprised you the most? what did you learn? guest: well, thanks for having me. just to talk about some of our main findings our statistics are based on food calendar year 2011 and that's base tond food survey conducted in 2011. we found that about 14.9% households were food insecure. food insecure means they lack consistent food. food insecurity rate in the u.s. is around 14% to 15% since 2008. from 2007 to 2008 food insecurity increased with the resession. it was at 11% prior to the recession. >> let me go to this sub head linebacker here. the 15% of these households being food insecure means they have trouble putting adequate food on the table. the question is why? why do we have hunger in america even in today's day and age? >> we have a number of programs that target at food insecurity but we have very high poverty rates in the country, high levels of unemployment and this contributes to the levels of food insecurity. host: one of the issues that the first lady has been pushing fo
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